Collins G.W., II. Fundamental Numerical Methods and Data Analysis
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George W. Collins, II, 2003. - 284 pages.* Contents and Introduction * Chapter 1: Introduction and Fundamental Concepts * Chapter 2: The Numerical Methods for Linear Equations and Matrices * Chapter 3: Polynomial Approximation, Interpolation, and Orthogonal Polynomials * Chapter 4: Numerical Evaluation of Derivatives and Integrals * Chapter 5: Numerical Solution of Differential and Integral Equations * Chapter 6: Least Squares, Fourier Analysis, and Related Approximation Norms * Chapter 7: Probability Theory and Statistics * Chapter 8: Sampling Distributions of Moments, Statistical Tests, and Procedures
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